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Are you an Osteopath who dreams of treating more pregnant women, babies and children?

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13/12/2018 |

Are you ready to take the next step in your Osteopathy career? 

An exciting opportunity for an experienced Osteopath to join Fertile Ground Health Group is now available.

Fertile Ground Health Group (FGHG) is a busy natural medicine practice with expertise in preconception, infertility, pregnancy and family health. Osteopathy is considered an essential modality in our collaborative approach and is highly valued by our team of practitioners in Naturopathy, Acupuncture, Massage and Counselling.

We have a fabulous, supportive team of professionals to work, grow and collaborate with who are just waiting for another talented Osteopath to refer to! You will also benefit from the experience of management and the reception team who will take care of business and help you to develop your practice.

Sound like a fantastic opportunity for you? Would you like to join us?

Ideally we are looking for an experienced Osteopath who really loves working with children and pregnant women. Someone who would like to simplify their practice and focus on being a fantastic practitioner, dedicating their efforts to growing their patient reach and Osteopathy career with the support of Fertile Ground Health Group. 

A minimum of 3 years’ experience as an Osteopath, already working with children and pregnant women is an absolute necessity. Additional training in treating babies will be highly regarded and your ability to develop referrer relationships and achieve patient results is a must. 

Starting in January 2019, you will ideally be able to commit to at least two to three sessions per week in our vibrant, busy practice. To apply please email a cover letter and resume to Monique Bevan at management@fertileground.com.au.

Applications close 30th January 2019 but we will be interviewing as soon as the right candidate lands in our inbox.  So don’t hesitate, take the plunge and submit your application asap!

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